HAY FEVER STARRING HARRY MEACHER AND JUDI BOWKER

cal_icon Sat 28th May. Time-And-Date-Clock-icon 7:30pm. pin_location_01 Shanklin.

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`Noel Coward’s famous `comedy of manners ` is set in the 1920s.

It takes place in the country home of Judith Bliss, a celebrated retired actress, and her unconventional family. Each of the four of them have invited a guest to spend the weekend. The bewildered guests are drawn in to what seems at times a crazy, hilarious, parallel universe where normal rules of behaviour do not apply!

Reputedly written in only three days in 1924, it has become one of the most popular plays in the repertoire and was reckoned by Tyrone Guthrie to have `as good a chance of immortality as any work of an author now living.`

“Hay Fever, …. is his first masterpiece, as true in its gossamer way as any of the great plays of the 20th century.” – Simon Callow

 


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venue name: Shanklin Theatre
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address: Prospect Road
Shanklin
Isle of Wight
PO37 6AJBox Office: 01983 868000.
price: £16 | FOST/Party rate 10+  £13.50
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Sat 28th May
Doors 6.30pm
£16 | FOST/party rate 10+ £13.50 – buy online
Normal Box Office Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri: 10am-3pm
Sat 10am-1pm
Sun Closed (unless a Sunday performance then the Box Office will be open 1 hr before show start time)
On Show days extended hours operate with the Box Office remaining open until the start of the show.

This page should be read in conjunction with the Terms and Conditions page contents of which applies to all theatre patrons.

Online Booking & Website

Online bookings for shows listed here on the website can be booked online 24/7 (excluding party bookings and disabled seating – these are only available by telephone or in person).

Information given when registering on the website is used only by Shanklin Theatre and will not be passed to a third party.

Bar: Alcoholic drinks, soft drinks & tea, coffee and hot chocolate. Sweets and Ices before and during the interval.

Wheelchair Access

Access for wheelchairs is available at the side of the auditorium.

Selected seats in the stalls are held by the theatre for disabled patrons, we regret they are not available to book online – Please contact the Box Office to reserve these seats.

Wheelchair patrons are required to be seated in their own chair for the duration of the performance.

The balcony and bar can only be reached by stairs.

Disabled toilets are available in the foyer.

Additional Information

Strobe lighting/Smoke/Pyrotechnics may be used during the performance.

In the interests of security bags may be searched.

We are sorry if any of your property is lost or damaged whilst at the theatre but neither the promoter, producer, nor theatre management can be held responsible.

Updated 29/11/13

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